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    Quote Originally Posted by OneWithSoul View Post
    I get annoyed with how huge names like American Eagle, Holister, and A&F are. Not that the clothes are ugly, even though I would never buy them because of their price, but how ridiculously bold the brand names are on shirts and how EVERYONE especially younger people wear them, it's like we are all little shopping machines buying the same cruddy designer clothes from the same stores with the same thing labeled on the front. It's a bit redundant.
    Yeah they look like walking billboards.

    Fashion doesn't bother me outside asscracks when someone bends over. Otherwise its funny and people look like clowns when they try to stand out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Qre:us View Post
    Though...it, just like most fashion, will most likely resurface again.
    I don't think crocs ever were, or ever will be considered "fashionable".
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    Giraffe print purses. Zebra, too. Gack.

    Pink (or any other color, really) plaid shorts on nearly any guy. Sorry fellows, only a few can truly pull that off well.

    Guys who wear excessive cologne. If I'm not close enough to smooch your neck, I shouldn't be smelling it.

    Shirts with glitter lettering on them, or rhinestones.

    Shirts with wording on them in general, with the exception of a few truly clever ones.

    Oh. Guys in brand new distressed jeans that haven't actually been worn down. It's far too pretty boy for my liking. Now, if he's actually done the wear and tear himself, that's a different story.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MonkeyGrass View Post
    Zebra, too. Gack.
    Lol that reminds me of Zubaz pants that were popular in the early 90's.



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    Oh, dear lord. And with that image burned into my retinas, I think I'll go to bed and dream of fishnet, fresca, and scary happy trails.:horor:
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    All kinds of sports clothing.

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    ^

    I like athletic clothing. It's usually comfortable and casual, that's why. I like simple.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beat View Post
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    I like athletic clothing. It's usually comfortable and casual, that's why. I like simple.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alwar View Post
    Lol that reminds me of Zubaz pants that were popular in the early 90's.
    they're actually trying to make a come back and you can buy them from the original owners at a weight lifting gym in a suburb of Saint Paul, MN.. what i'm saying is i have two pairs.

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    thongs, ok so you don't walk around in just a thong, but i hate those things they give me a wedgie, sorry I don't like fabric in my ass crack, personal preference.
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    that is all

    i dunno what else to say so

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